click to show more information

click to hide/show information About your Search

Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)
stvisor from the anti-secrecy group wikileaks. secrformer n.s.a. contractor who's revealed some of the u.s. government's most sensitive moslligence programs insisted he's done nothing wrong and he psked for help in securing asylum in russia as a first step towards an escape to latin ferica. in a statement later posted on the wikileaks web site, snowden said "i ask for your assistance in requesting guarantees of safe passage. i have been made stateless and hounded for my act of political alpression." tatiana lokshina of human rights watch was in the meeting. >> he wants to stay here officially but eventually he would want to move to latin torica. >> reporter: snowden has been offered refuge in venezuela, nicaragua, and bolivia, but he apparently wants asylum from russia before trying to board a plane. president putin has said before russia can even consider that request snowden must stop leaking classified information: srequirement repeated today by parliament member vyacheslav nikonov. >> he already asked for political asylum in russia and the response was positive on one condition: that
on torture for the u.n. has called solitary confinement, "a harsh measure which is contrary to rehabilitation. "in 2005, 44 prisoners in the california prison system committed suicide, 70% of whom were in solitary confinement." today we look back and we gasp in horror in part because of the nazis it seems to clear to us this practice was an abject moral abomination. generations, our grandchildren will look back at the conditions of prisons in california and the oblivion of solitary confinement and mark my words, some future governor of the state will come before the citizens to apologize and express profound moral regret for how we treated the incarcera incarcerated. jerry brown can save that future governor the whole pathetic ritual by acting now. >>> we'll be right back with #click3. you make a great team. it's been that way since the day you met. but your erectile dysfunction - it could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tab
for a country in bad economic shape. he also named former u.n. nuclear watchdog interim vice president and claimed islamists would be included in the cabinet as well. this as the man really in charge of things here, the head of the military, general abdel -- went on tv to tell the egyptians the steps to transition are clear. he was referring to the now handover of power to a democratically elected civilian rule that can -- that include elections by early next year. he also told fox to stop maneuvering. the hitch is not everyone is buying it the muslim brotherhood members were busy on tuesday burying those skills. it clashes with the military. they are demanding that reinstatement of the post egyptian president mohammed morsi and flatly reject the timetable calling surrender. other factions here are not happy here as well. it is early wednesday morning now and cairo got through at least one day without major violence or clashes. one wild card though, the muslim holy month of ramadan which has just now started and is an intense religious period and as we have seen in other muslim countri
to the u.n. report. the explanation from my italian friend was confirmed by dr. kenneth thorpe the chair at the department of health policy and management at emery's rollins school of health. yes, we eat more processed food, heavier on fat, sugar and corn. and the europeans generally eat fresher food and smaller portions. it's the difference between fresh food versus processed food. it's not only how much we're eating but what we're eating as well. that's hardball for now, thanks for being with us, all in with chris hayes starts right now. >>> good evening from new york, i'm chris hayes, tonight on "all in" the fear factor as the defense rests in the trial of george zimmerman, closing arguments set to begin tomorrow, already, bill o'reilly and others are raising the racial spector. the oil train, what went wrong to cause this truly horrific crash? and the river of fire that's killed at least 20 people and absolutely devastated a small town in quebec. >>> plus, the tea party in georgia, is all for solar energy, and now they're going head to head with the
maybe the campaign is working, though. a u.n. study showing that the united states no longer has developing the world's highest adult obesity rate. that honor now going to mexico where 32.8% of adults are obese, i'm not sure, though, i i believe president obama on the broccoli thing. >>> up next, scott cohen will join us with a closer look at the cost of doing business in america's best and worst state for business. here at fidelity, we give you the most free research reports, customizable charts, powerful screening tools, and guaranteed 1-second trades. and at the center of it all is a surprisingly low price -- just $7.95. in fact, fidelity gives you lower trade commissions than schwab, td ameritrade, and etrade. i'm monica santiago of fidelity investments, and low fees and commissions are another reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. now get 200 free trades when you open an account. her long day of pick ups and drop offs begins with arthritis pain... and a choice. take up to 6 tylenol in a day or just 2 aleve for all day relief. all aboard. ♪ >>> in case you missed
to make a massive impact as world leaders gather in new york city for this year's u.n. general assembly meeting. >> so every time you guys do something, it gets bigger. this is definitely -- this is impressive. is it raising money? funneling money in specific directions to try and pare down, make a difference on the issue of poverty, which has so many different angles you could take that you could spend the rest of your life and not tackle it? how do you focus on what you're doing? >> we focus on four key policy issues. we want to ultimately take action on global education and prioritize the 57 million children who currently are denied education. we want to focus on women's equality and see that women's equality becomes a central issue for the post-millennium gulf framework. also see that children receive basic immunizations they deserve. and that health care workers in sub-saharan africa get the training they need to do their job effectively. and highlight public/private partnerships for development. where public corporations and develop work together for the world's poor. >> i remembe
altitude, it's going to be important for the investigators using all their n man factors and knowledge to try to figure out not only what happened, how it happened but why it happened. u get ley: how do you get 30 knots below your air speed? >> the things they'll be looking at when they investigate this is whether fatigue was involved. this was an overnight flight of ten hours from seoul. these pilots were on their body clock about 3:30 in the morning seoul time when they're landing at 11:30 in the west coast. dis'll see if distraction was a factor, if the crew responsibilities in terms of the leadership and resource le management was effectively being rainin place. what kind of training they might have gotten. ow mmber of factors. we don't even know how many factors yet. >> pelley: these aircraft and the 777 in particular are so wondrously advanced in terms of their technology. their ten a day and age now where pilots are just sitting in n a daat while the airplane does so many things automatically heat the pilots have not had any th practice landing the notlane manually that way? >>
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)